Alexander McQueen Runway Sarah Burton created a staggeringly beautiful and incredible collection at Alexander McQueen which made the Virgin Queen the muse of the moment and so very much more. This was more than fashion – it was drama, it was theatre and it was history in the remaking.
Designers plundered fashion history and took a wander through the decades and centuries from medieval times and the renaissance (Marios Schwab, Just Cavalli and Dolce & Gabbana), to the Twenties (Emporio Armani, Meadham Kirchhoff), the Forties (Bottega Veneta, Prada, Louis Vuitton), and the Seventies (Marc by Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Anna Sui, L’Wren Scott). It was all about fashion heritage. At Acne, Johnny Johansson collaborated with artist Katerina Jebb and the Musée Galliera – Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris to rework historical garments from its archive.
I know that perhaps this ‘outfit’ idea is not for any casual use but since I had it in my wardrobe I thought to give it a go.
I am selling this dress on MY BLOG AT £15 size S – 8 – 10, small bust.
Ego-Boosting Embellishments, Stage theatrical jewellery.
I adore Alexander McQueen in every way of his genius – may he R.I.P.
This is a humble tribute to him.
Featuring: Embossed A-line Dress With Oil Bottom by Choies $39.99, ALL FINGER rings from Ebay, ZARA bronze gold cowboy ankle boots last year, Michael-Kors-Jet-Set-Monogrammed-Pale-Gold-Tote-Bag , ON SALE $150 Las Vegas outlet 2 years ago.